By Jared Moore on Jul 17, 2019
Help your people focus on God and think on God when they leave your service--here are 11 traps to avoid.
By Chris Surber on Sep 27, 2018
Preach with a focus to cultivate life together and nurture incarnate community rather than simple gatherings of people.
By Steven Furtick on Dec 13, 2011
Steven Furtick: "Focus on the people you want to reach and you’ll keep the people you want to keep."
By David L. Hansen on Nov 17, 2018
Saying "no" can help focus your ministry, your leadership and your preaching.
By Peter Mead on Jan 14, 2022
God delights to transform lives. There are many ways to depict this journey of transformation, but let’s focus on one example from the Old Testament.
By Peter Mead on Dec 26, 2018
Where are people looking as they leave? If we're not careful, they will walk out with gaze firmly fixed on self.
By Dave Workman on Jun 8, 2019
Dave Workman has delivered thousands of sermons. His guidestars are five focus factors, and four key questions.
By Sermoncentral on May 10, 2022
This is the focus of all Satan’s massive, multifarious strategies: to dis-courage us through dis-belief in God’s promises.
By Gavin Adams on Oct 11, 2021
A deep, layered and rich sermon might impress some people, but it does it work?
By Sermoncentral on Dec 3, 2019
I've discovered a simple principle underneath all the process that we often forget: Process should follow content, not the other way around.
By Jared Moore on Mar 29, 2019
If you want to help your people focus on God when they leave church tomorrow, here are 11 things that you cannot do.
By Jonathan Howe on Dec 21, 2017
Unfortunately stress can lead churches to plan poorly and make unnecessary mistakes. Here are ten such mistakes to avoid in your church this Christmas.
By Jared Moore on Jun 9, 2020
If you want to help your hearers focus on God and think on God when they leave your sermon, here are 10 things that you cannot do.
By Joe Hoagland on Jan 18, 2022
The church can learn a lot from worldly business and marketing trends but many times churches and church leaders end up promoting the wrong thing.